Do some research before spouting nonsense
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Critics say green policies stifle growth. The opposite may be true. Environmental regulation can in fact increase worker productivity and overall capital accumulation, according to new research, with green taxes having the largest potential effect on productivity. academictimes.com/critics…
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My dad has taught tech writing to engineering students for over 20 years. Probably his biggest research subject and personal interest is the Challenger Disaster. He posted this on his Facebook yesterday (the anniversary of the disaster) and I think more people deserve to see it.

A Management Decision

The night before the space shuttle Challenger disaster on January 28, 1986, a three-way teleconference was held between Morton-Thiokol, Incorporated (MTI) in Utah; the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) in Huntsville, AL; and the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida. This teleconference was organized at the last minute to address temperature concerns raised by MTI engineers who had learned that overnight temperatures for January 27 were forecast to drop into the low 20s and potentially upper teens, and they had nearly a decade of data and documentation showing that the shuttle’s O-rings performed increasingly poorly the lower the temperature dropped below 60-70 degrees. The forecast high for January 28 was in the low-to-mid-30s; space shuttle program specifications stated unequivocally that the solid rocket boosters – the two white stereotypical rocket-looking devices on either side of the orbiter itself, and the equipment for which MTI was the sole-source contractor – should never be operated below 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

Every moment of this teleconference is crucial, but here I’ll focus on one detail in particular. Launch go / no-go votes had to be unanimous (i.e., not just a majority). MTI’s original vote can be summarized thusly: β€œBased on the presentation our engineers just gave, MTI recommends not launching.” MSFC personnel, however, rejected and pushed back strenuously against this recommendation, and MTI managers caved, going into an offline-caucus to β€œreevaluate the data.” During this caucus, the MTI general manager, Jerry Mason, told VP of Engineering Robert Lund, β€œTake off your engineering hat and put on your management hat.” And Lund instantly changed his vote from β€œno-go” to β€œgo.”

This vote change is incredibly significant. On the MTI side of the teleconference, there were four managers and four engineers present. All eight of these men initially voted against the launch; after MSFC’s pressure, all four engineers were still against launching, and all four managers voted β€œgo,” but they ALSO excluded the engineers from this final vote, because β€” as Jerry Mason said in front of then-President Reagan’s investigative Rogers Commission in spring 1986 β€” β€œWe knew they didn’t want to launch. We had listened to their reasons and emotion, but in the end we had to make a management decision.”

A management decision.

Francis R. (Dick) Scobee, Commander Michael John Smith, Pilot Ellison S. Onizuka, Mission Specialist One Judith A

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Conservatives are more likely to see empirical (e.g., scientific) and experiential (e.g., anecdotal) perspectives as more equal in legitimacy. Liberals think empirical evidence is better at approximating reality, conservatives are more likely to say that both research and anecdotes are legitimate. psypost.org/2021/01/conse…
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New research suggests that the use of terms like β€œWuhan flu” and β€œChinese virus” by conservative media outlets and Republican figures had a measurable impact on unconscious bias against Asian Americans. The study found that implicit bias increased after the use of such phrases went viral. psypost.org/2021/01/impli…
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Platforms Must Pay for Their Role in the Insurrection: β€œFacebook’s own research revealed that 64 percent of the time a person joins an extremist Facebook Group, they do so because the platform recommended it” wired.com/story/opinion-p…
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Cadillac's research on manual transmissions: 55% of American drivers have owned a manual before, 66% know how to drive a manual. High income Americans more likely to be interested in driving manual

Before the launch of the new Cadillac Blackwing sedans with manual standard, Cadillac has released internal researching on the popularity of manual transmissions in the US. The Harris Poll was commissioned to do this research.

Essentially Cadillac's product planners had to figure out if a case could be made for releasing the upcoming Blackwing cars in manual, and commissioned this research to figure it out.

The original slide deck can be found here: Manual Transmission Study 30Oct2020 - Google Slides

Highlights:

  • 55% of American drivers have owned a manual transmission vehicle before
  • 66% know how to drive a manual
  • 42% aren't interested in manual transmissions vehicles at all
  • higher income and higher education Americans are more likely to know how to drive a manual and are more interested
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Kids who see their parents bicker during a separation or divorce are more likely to develop a fear of abandonment, new research warns. Children who reported higher fear of abandonment were more likely to report more mental health problems (bottled-up feelings of distress, anxiety or fear) later. upi.com/Health_News/2021/…
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Did my research, avoided hype stocks, and put $30k into SAVA on a whim yesterday.
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TIL the human body literally glows, emitting a visible light in extremely small quantities at levels that rise and fall with the day, scientists now reveal. Past research has shown that the body emits visible light, 1,000 times less intense than the levels to which our naked eyes are sensitive. nbcnews.com/id/wbna320909…
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Update to illegal covering: Likely 150% more GME shares held than ever created, research inside

TLDR; There are likely 150-300% MORE GME shares currently circulating than ever issued. This is likely the result of abusive naked short selling practices.

SEC, I know you're here. Do your fucking job. Don't let the American people get fucked by Wall Street once again.

Hello my fellow autists,

This is going to be a follow up to my post last Tuesday on my suspicions of Melvin and friends illegally covering short positions. https://old.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/lalucf/i_suspect_the_hedgies_are_illegally_covering/

I've channeled peak autism through a combination of alcohol and Adderall over the past couple days to read *literally* thousands of pages of SEC/FINRA documents, news reports, and op-eds on abusive naked short selling.

Naked short selling has been discussed much in the past few days so I won't dig deep into it here (check my other posts), but one of the side effects of it are failed to delivered (FTD) shares. This also has been discussed in detail the past few days, but an important part of the equation has been missing when discussing FTD's thus far.

When a short seller fails to deliver, the DTC essentially generates an IOU for the broker of the individual buying the share(s). This IOU is called a failed to receive (FTR). To the buyer themselves, this FTR would show up in their account and be able to be traded as if they actually had a real share. And here's the kicker, a broker has no obligation to tell that you received a FTR share, i.e. a fake share.

Working from this I wanted to estimate roughly how many total GME shares could be in circulation.

From the Gamestop investor relations website I was able to pull the number of all shares owned by insiders and institutions.

This number comes out to 72,453,478 shares.

Now, the retail investor side is extremely difficult to find out.

What I did to provide a reasonable estimation is write a python script that randomly sampled comments on the /r/wsb subreddit looking for expressions like "Holding XX Shares" or "100 @ 60".

I scoped this down to only GME related posts within the past 24 hours.

From the ~1000 comments I sampled, the average shares held was 126. The max was 6000 (/u/CrazyFrenchLadies you fucking legend). If we assume an extremely conservative percent of /r/wsb subscribers is still holding, say 3.5% (~300,000 apes), that would mean just among us we hold 37,800,000 shares.

Let's recap that - insiders / institutions hold 72,453,478 share

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The New Year's Eve dinner at Concordia, the Italian-French permanent research base located in Antarctica.
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In 2017, the Trump Administration restored local law enforcement access to military weapons and surplus military equipment that had been prohibited by the Obama Administration. New research shows that this militarization of local law enforcement does not actually reduce crime. lsu.edu/mediacenter/news/…
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Anti-vaxxers be like "do some research!"
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Science Discussion Series: Preprints, rushed peer review, duplicated efforts, and conflicts of interest led to confusion and misinformation regarding COVID-19. We're experts who analyzed COVID-19 research - let's discuss!

Open Science (a movement to make all phases of scientific research transparent and accessible to the public) has made great strides in the past decade, but those come with new ethical concerns that the COVID-19 Pandemic has highlighted. Open science promotes transparency in data and analysis and has been demonstrated to improve the quality and quantity of scientific research in participating institutions. These principles are never more valuable than in the midst of a global crisis such as the COVID pandemic, where quality information is needed so researchers can quickly and effectively build upon one another's work. It is also vital for the public and decision makers who need to make important calls about public health. However, misinformation can have a serious material cost in human lives that grows exponentially if not addressed properly. Preprints, lack of data sharing, and rushed peer review have led to confusion for both experts and the lay public alike.

We are a global collaboration that has looked at COVID19 research and potential misuses of basic transparency research principles. Our findings are available as a preprint and all our data is available online. To sum up, our findings are that:

  • Preprints (non peer-reviewed manuscripts) on COVID19 have been mentioned in the news approximately 10 times more than preprints on other topics published during the same period.

  • Approximately 700 articles have been accepted for publication in less than 24 hours, among which 224 were detailing new research results. Out of these 224 papers, 31% had editorial conflicts of interest (i.e., the authors of the papers were also part of the editorial team of the journal).

  • There has been a large amount of duplicated research projects probably leading to potential scientific waste.

  • There have been numerous methodologically flawed studies which could have been avoided if research protocols were transparently shared and reviewed before the start of a clinical trial.

  • Finally, the lack of data sharing and code sharing led to the now famous The Lancet scandal on Surgisphere

We hope that we can all shed some light on our findings and answer your questions. So there you go, ask us anything. We are looking forward to discussing these issues

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Underwater research station with domed research vessel reddit.com/gallery/le3y35
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Maybe 10% tip was based on service OP provided, not time traveler’s lack of research
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Have this friend of mine studying to become a pilot. I did a little research and found online the PDFs for all the books he needed (>900€). Today he went to a local print shop and sent me this pic, he spent less than a fifth of the original price
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Doing some research on japanese folklore, I stumbled upon the figure of the Kiyohime. I didn't see anyone pointing it out, so I thought it might be interesting! The painting of the Kiyohime even resembles Hancock quite a bit!
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Do some research before spouting nonsense
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Debunking the Myths about Boys and Emotions: "Research has found that boys can connect emotionally with others at a very deep level - we just have to make it safe for them to do so." greatergood.berkeley.edu/…
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We are researchers who work on the world's largest, in-depth nutritional research study called PREDICT to better understand and predict personalized responses to foods.

Hi Reddit! Dr. Sarah Berry, Prof. Tim Spector, Prof. Nicola Segata, Dr. Francesco Asnicar, Prof. Christopher Gardner here!

As part of PREDICT, the world’s largest in-depth study of diet and nutrition, we’ve uncovered a panel of bacteria that are closely positively or negatively tied to metabolic health and weight, as well as the foods that help them thrive.

These exciting new findings, published this week in the prestigious journal Nature Medicine, form the basis of our at-home test and ZOE gut health insights.

During this AMA we’re happy to answer all your questions about the gut microbiome and its link to your overall health, disease, food choices and the latest diet trends.

Please read our bios below for more information on our areas of expertise. We'll be here at 9AM EST and we will aim to answer any follow up questions over the next couple of days.

Dr. Sarah Berry is a researcher and reader in nutritional science at King's College London. Her research interests relate to the influence of dietary components on markers of cardiovascular disease risk, with a particular focus on the influence of food and fat structure on postprandial metabolism. [https://www.kcl.ac.uk/people/sarah-berry]

Tim Spector MD is Professor of Genetic Epidemiology, King’s College London, honorary physician at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital, the PI of the Covid Symptom Study app and scientific co-founder of health science company ZOE. He is a specialist in twin studies, genetics, epigenetics, and microbiome and diet. Spector's latest book, Spoon-Fed, is groundbreaking in that forces us to question every diet plan, official recommendation, miracle cure or food label we encounter, and encourages us to rethink our whole relationship with food. [https://www.kcl.ac.uk/people/professor-tim-spector]

Dr. Nicola Segata is an associate professor and principal investigator. His background is in metagenomics, machine learning, microbiome research, and microbial genomics. He started and is leading the Laboratory of Computational Metagenomics at the Centre for Integrative Biology (University of Trento). http://segatalab.cibio.unitn.it/people.html

Dr. Francesco Ascnicar's major research interests are the developing of computational tools for metagenomic and phylogenetic analyses.

UPDATE 4:30PM EST: Thank you all for making our first r/IAmA so enjoyable! We appreciated your questions so much that we've been glued to our screens all day trying answer everyone. We're going to sign off for

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Citron is starting to look a lot less like a "research company" and a lot more like just some guy tweeting from his apartment.

How does a company not know that the fucking presidential inauguration is happening? Putting that aside, the stream does eventually go live aaaaand... it's just some guy ranting? Was it recorded on his phone?

Is Citron an actual thing? Is there a brick and mortar office building, with revenues and services, or is it literally just some guy making tweets with a lemon picture? I'm so confused right now.

And why aren't they bullish on $LMND? What's the point of manipulating the market if you aren't going to make memes or inside jokes? Gourd, what a waste.

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Sneasel Limited Research Day Infographic (Via LeekDuck)
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TIL about the Nazi program to develop nuclear weapons. The program suffered from a lack of scientists, as the politicization of research in Nazi Germany had pushed most scientists to flee to the United States. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ger…
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Next time do your research first.
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According to a new analysis , one out of every eight leading, peer-reviewed studies on nutrition is tied to food industry. "Where the food industry is involved, research findings are nearly six times more likely to be favourable to their interests than when there is no food industry involvement." sciencealert.com/nutritio…
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Palpatine transferring his spirit into a CLONE BODY makes complete sense - he orchestrated the CLONE WARS so of course the most powerful Sith Lord would continue CLONE research behind the scenes to further his own lifespan. His return is one of my favorite things of the ST and connects it to "AOTC"
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After hours of extensive research and data analysis, I've finally cracked the government's plan.
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After 38 years the unidentified 18 month old child dubbed "Delta Dawn" and "Baby Jane” who was partially smothered and thrown alive from a bridge into the Escatawpa River where she drowned was identified via genetic genealogy research as Alisha Ann Heinrich in December 2020. al.com/news/2020/12/delta…
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Who invented the alphabet? Β« The reigning academic consensus has been that highly educated people must have created the alphabet. But Goldwasser’s research is upending that notion. She suggests that it was actually a group of illiterate Canaanite miners who made the breakthrough. Β» smithsonianmag.com/histor…
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Unfortunately, this would require them to do some research and critical thinking
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New research reveals that bacteria have internal clocks that align with the 24-hour cycle of life on Earth. The research answers a long-standing biological question and could have implications for the timing of drug delivery, biotechnology, and how we develop timely solutions for crop protection. jic.ac.uk/press-release/b…
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Semi-Random Research. Adds a Stellaris-like research option that gives you several random projects to choose from. Link in comments
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Robotics and cybernetics research center in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Nicknamed "Sauron's tower" by locals
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β€œDo your own research”
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Yo, what's up? Ya know Skullgirls? I thought it would be really cool if there was fanarts of hololive in the game's artstyle. I spent some time looking up for it but After some time spent in research, I didn't find it. So... I decided to make it myself! Here's my hololive EN x Skullgirls crossover! reddit.com/gallery/la7aqz
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TIL Psychology research shows that people love to hate do-gooders (especially at work). Highly co-operative and generous people can attract hatred and social punishment, especially in competitive circumstances. news.uoguelph.ca/2018/07/…
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Celebration Event Hoenn Research Infographic (OrangeHeart)
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On Sunday, February 28, Jessie and James will be leaving the world of PokΓ©mon GO, and the Special Research story featuring Shiny Celebi will no longer be available. twitter.com/PokemonGoApp/…
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